Yellowstone in Winter-Deposit

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Yellowstone in Winter-Deposit

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Yellowstone in Winter 

January 4-12, 2022 (8 nights)

$7495.00 limit 6 participants/full wait

*All meals, lodging, transfer and transportation included.

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“The Serengeti of North America”

Yellowstone has been called the Serengeti of North America and with good reason; it contains the largest concentration of free-roaming wildlife in the lower 48 states. The numbers are staggering; sixty-seven different mammals live here, including grizzly bear, black bear, gray wolf, wolverine, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, pronghorn, lynx, elk, bison, moose, coyote and fox as well as other numerous small mammals.

Any description of Yellowstone will be filled with superlatives; First National Park in the world, greatest concentration of thermal features in the world, up until recently the largest National Park in the lower 48 states, home to the largest Bison herd in the world, and of course, it is home to, perhaps, the most famous geyser in the world, Old Faithful.

Why This Trip:

First know that I have hand- picked our guide, he has been leading winter photo workshops in Yellowstone for 16 years, every year! He works very closely with the National Park and he operates with all the proper insurance, permits and certifications. He is an Authorized Permittee of the Yellowstone National Park.

In Yellowstone it is imperative that you have a guide that knows the park very well. Yellowstone is vast, and you need to know the trends in the animal behaviors to know where to find them and how to photograph them in the best possible way.

Also, to get the most out of a Yellowstone photography tour you need to be working in a small group, no more than 6 participants.